Role at FSG
At FSG, Adam works on case teams to guide clients through the process of discovering, defining, and developing new and innovative solutions to social problems. He conducts primary as well as secondary research, analyzing the data quantitatively and qualitatively to produce new insights and contribute to the co-creation of ideas. Adam’s particular areas of interest include shared value, collective impact, and global development.
Prior to joining FSG, Adam worked in the NGO sector in Geneva, in an organization dedicated to seeking innovative approaches to combatting organized crime and corruption. He has also worked in the area of mediated settlements to armed conflict.
Prior to arriving in Geneva, Adam spent 12 months in Afghanistan with the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, as well as a small Kabul-based development research organization. His work in Afghanistan included an evaluation of a nascent local policing initiative as well as an exposé of torture and mistreatment of Afghan detainees by the Afghan security forces.
- Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva)—M.A., International Relations/Political Science
- Yale University—B.A., Political Science
- English (native)
- French (professional fluency)
- Brazilian Portuguese (conversational)
On working at FSG
“FSG has assembled a truly exceptional collection of people. Everyone associated with this firm is passionate about driving social change in new and innovative directions, and they take great pride and pleasure in working towards that goal every day. I am very excited and honored to be a part of this team and to contribute to its mission.”